Gene Expressionand Protein Synthesis
DNA is transcribed into RNA, which istranslated into protein.
Now that you have spent some time on the two main processes of Protein Synthesis, Transcription and Translation, test your learning below to practice for the upcoming quiz.
Translation = De-coding RNA into protein (note: color coded!)
Replication occurs in the S-fase in preparation to cell division during which the genetic information for the synthesis of proteins is transfered from the mothercell to the daughtercell.
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After translation, the protein passes into the channels of the rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER) for transportation. The protein is then passed from the rough ER to the Golgi apparatus inside tiny fluid-filled sacs, called vesicles. The Golgi apparatus is a system of , which are responsible for the modification, processing, and packaging of the proteins. The protein may have a carbohydrate added, to form a glycoprotein. The Golgi apparatus packages the protein in a secretory vesicle, which fuses with the cell membrane and releases the protein from the cell.
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Translation is the assembling of protein molecules from information encoded in mRNA. It occurs at the ribosome. All three types of RNA participate in translation. When you think of "translation" think of languages - all three types of RNA help to "translate" from the base pair language in the mRNA into the amino acid language that makes up a protein.